An airtight defense keeps Pacific Aerospace & Electronics (PA&E) flying. The company makes a proprietary range of metal, electronic, and ceramic seals and connectors used in harsh environments common to aerospace to defense, medical, and telecommunications industries. Its lineup specializes in light-weight hermetic protective packaging for electronics. Containers are used in buffering satellites in space, connectors for oil rig drilling, to cochlear implants for the hearing impaired. Military subcontracts with giants like Lockheed Martin and Boeing's noncommercial segment account for more than 60% of orders. Since 2007 the company has been owned by French concern Souriau Holding SAS, a unit of Sagard SAS.
51 to 200Type
Company - PrivateRevenue
$10 to $25 million (USD) per yearIndustry
Commercial Equipment Repair & MaintenanceCompetitors